Athletic Hall of Fame
2003 Inductees

James Carolan '57
Earning 10 varsity letters in football, baseball and basketball, Jim made All-League in baseball before going on to Loyola University. He again distinguished himself in college baseball as a four-year letterman.

Ted Corcoran '92
An all-around athlete and two-time CIF selection at Chaminade, Ted won letters each year in football, baseball and basketball. At UC Davis, he focused his athletic attention on football, making team captain both his junior and senior years.

Brad Hunter '71
As a member of Chaminade’s 1971 basketball team, Brad helped the School earn its first CIF Section Championship. He was a two-time Southern Section All-CIF awardee who went on to play at Oregon State University.

Melissa Ingalls '86
At Chaminade, Melissa started all four years in volleyball, basketball and softball and was named All-League eight times. She distinguished herself in volleyball at the collegiate level as a two-time Ivy League MVP at the University of Pennsylvania. 

Mike Lynn '75
An alumnus of Chaminade, Mike’s contributions are many. While a student, he participated in numerous sports, but his impact was keenly felt when he returned as a teacher, guidance counselor, athletic director, coach and finally, board member. As coach of girls’ volleyball and basketball, he led his teams to five league championships.

Harry White
Working tirelessly at Chaminade’s new campus in Canoga Park from 1962-1970, Harry was instrumental in raising funds for the construction of the Bob Hope Student Center. He is also fondly remembered for guiding a crew of other fathers in the development of the baseball field that had previously been a cow pasture.

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